Black Ops Cold War Leak Uncovers Upcoming Beta Maps

Another leak has revealed exactly which maps players can expect to sink their 1980s combat boots into.
Another leak has revealed exactly which maps players can expect to sink their 1980s combat boots into. / Photo courtesy of Treyarch

With the next opportunity for fans to get their hands on Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War gameplay arriving in the coming days, another leak has revealed exactly which maps players can expect to sink their 1980s combat boots into.

The leak shows that Treyarch won't be straying too far from the multiplayer stages showcased in September's PlayStation 4-exclusive Black Ops Cold War Alpha.

According to a tweet by prominent Call of Duty leaker BKTOOR, the three 6v6 maps tested in the alpha will be returning this month—Miami, Moscow and Satellite.

However, the larger, 12v12 alpha maps, Armada and Crossroads, appear to be absent. Whether they've been subbed out of the testing rotation this time around, or simply renamed, the three new maps perhaps getting set to be showcased in the beta are titled the Black Sea, Cartel, and Tundra.

In addition to the six multiplayer maps, the tweet also appears to reveal 10 campaign maps and two for Warzone.

As with all leaks, take this information as you will. BKTOOR's track record appears to hold some weight, however, having already leaked 31 seconds of the first in-game cinematic spoiled pre-release.

The Black Ops Cold War Beta is set to launch over two weekends in October, with PlayStation players having exclusive access from Oct. 8–12, and Xbox and PC players joining the action for the first time from Oct. 15–19.